These Sweet Serenity Stones are the perfect treat to make and give to the special people in your life! They are delicious and unique, the best part of any gift you give!
Just a few days ago I shared with you a recipe to make cookies ‘n cream fudge rocks for a fun Father’s Day project. While I was creating my sweet stones, this idea popped into my head and I just had to share it. I know this is the third edible rock recipe to grace these pages in the past month and some of you may be saying, “enough already,” but I think this one is really great and worth sharing. I promise I’m done with this idea, for a while anyway!
I had just purchased some stone stamps last week, not really knowing what I’d do with them, but figured sooner or later, I’d have the perfect project idea. These plastic letter stamps can be used to make garden stones or used in any type of clay including the chocolate variety. After I made my stone mountain the other day, I pulled out the stamps and tried them out in my fudge rocks. They worked perfectly. I reworked my original mountain of rocks into 11 large rocks for this project. Then I spent less than ten minutes adding a nice variety of inspirational sayings.
These stones look and feel like the real deal, but taste divine!
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Sweet Serenity Stones (makes 10-12)
1 batch of cookies ‘n cream fudge stones (find recipe here)
1 set of Victorian Style Letter Stone Stamps
Roll your cookies ‘n cream fudge into various shapes and sizes. You’ll need your edible rocks to be large enough to stamp out your inspirational phrases.
Press the stamps into the candy stones creating whatever sayings you’d like. You may have to hold the fudge as you pull up the stamp so you don’t distort your letters.
Just a note – you can see that the stamps have letters or numbers on both sides. I pressed the “Y” into the stone which featured the word, “JOY,” but you are seeing the “A” that is on the back side of the stamp.
That’s it. You are done! Super easy, isn’t it?